What is the reason for the cold temperatures in movie theaters?

Movies aren’t my favorite thing to do.

Not because I don’t enjoy it, but rather because I end up falling asleep all the time because of it.

Since I never get to watch the entire movie, I usually have to rewatch it once it’s available on a different platform. For as long as I can remember, I have been sleeping in movies. The theater is quite busy, and a lot of people are laughing and talking during the movie, but none of that bothers me. Sleeping in a movie theater is the best. As well as the light coming from the screen, it is usually dark inside a theater, and the temperature inside is usually cool, making it perfect for curling up and falling asleep. In particular, if you can lie back in those reclinable chairs while watching a movie. As much as I love the cold room, I still need to keep my body warm while I sleep in order to stay asleep, which is why I only wear a sweater while I sleep. Others complain that it’s always cold in theaters because of the air conditioning. I always carry a light jacket or sweater because I know it will be cold. Before air conditioners became common, movie theaters were one of the first buildings to have air conditioning. Prior to the installation of air conditioners, watching a movie in a hot and possibly smelly room was unattractive to many people. New York City theater patrons flocked to the theater after Carrier installed one of the first air conditioners.

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